An Anonymous Girl

I don’t know about you, but I have the day after Christmas holiday hangover of not wanting to do much of anything except sitting around and drink coffee and read. By itself, that’s a bad idea; however, I’ve read a dozen books all of which now need reviews written for them. Would anyone like to volunteer for me, please? No? Oh, okay then…. On the first day after Christmas I wrote about An Anonymous Girl…..

Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanan, authors of the best-selling hit book “The Wife Between Us,” are back and the hype their book is receiving is well deserved!

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In a world where morality is an ever changing gauge, a fluid point on which no two people agree, making ones way through relationships – familial, friendship, romantic liaisons – can be tricky at best. So, when Jessica, a make up consultant in need of money, overhears a client talking about a morality study at the local university that pays a handsome fee in return, she maneuvers her way into the study, a move that will alter her life forever.

This is a smart, expertly written psychological thriller that weaves a web of deceit so intricate that you will caught into it before you realize the first strand has been laid down for you. The characters are deftly written, I disliked them and loved them at varying times and all at once – is that is even possible – until the very last line of the book.

While I wasn’t a fan of The Wife Between Us, I found An Anonymous Girl to be extremely entertaining, very thrilling, a marvelous cat and mouse game and the ending was sheer perfection. The only reason I didn’t give it a full five stars is because there were scenarios that were just too over the top that they were unbelievable. That doesn’t always bother me, after all this is fiction, but it didn’t always work in this work. The book was, however, an excellent read and I highly recommend it!

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28 thoughts on “An Anonymous Girl

  1. Mackey, I got rejected for this book by all publishers and this book is haunting, every day, I see a review of it… So jealous of you
    Your review made me literally crave for this book… It is in my to buy list on amazon 😂😂

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  2. I wasn’t huge into The Wife Between Us either. Glad you enjoyed this one though! I do have it added. Great review, Mackey! ❤🎄💚 …and yes to the Christmas hangover. I’m just chilling the rest of the week and hope to get many books in. Enjoy the rest of the week, friend!

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      1. Oh! Hahaha! I forced myself to finish it, but yeah, the hype was over the top. I was like? Lol. We didn’t get snow! Oh I was sad, but truth is we had a very white winter last year and I reminded myself of that. This winter is crazy. It snowed all of November and none in December! Grrr 😂 Do you have snow?

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      2. Same here – all of November, none in December except a flurry on Christmas but we were in Las Vegas and missed it. Would you believe that the day we left Las Vegas it snowed there!?!? I’m snow unlucky!!

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    1. That’s too funny Stephanie and, of course, the beauty of individual reviews. We get to see what each other like and dislike about the various books. FUN! I hope you have a great New Year with lots of terrific reads!

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  3. “This is a smart, expertly written psychological thriller that weaves a web of deceit so intricate that you will caught into it before you realize the first strand has been laid down for you. The characters are deftly written, I disliked them and loved them at varying times and all at once – is that is even possible – until the very last line of the book.”

    After reading this paragraph, how can I not read this book. Wonderful review that has me ready to pick this one up as soon as I am finished what I am reading right now.

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    1. Anika – thank you so much for your comment! It seems that I just want to read and read and read. Hopefully I will be back in the writing mood soon. I’m taking copious notes on the books I’m reading so the bones of the reviews are there, just not the reviews themselves. Happy New Year and may your year be filled with great writing (and reading too!)

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